Liquidware is the leader in desktop transformation solutions for next-generation Windows physical and virtual desktops, including VMware Horizon, Citrix® XenApp and XenDesktop, as well as RDSH, DaaS (Amazon WorkSpaces) and cloud platforms. The company's innovative Stratusphere™ UX solution supports assessment, onboarding, monitoring and diagnostics of desktop environments. Liquidware’s award-winning ProfileUnity™ solution supports migration to current Windows OS and User Environment Management. FlexApp offers cutting edge application layering technology to support application delivery strategies. Liquidware’s solutions are available through a global network of partners. Visit www.liquidware.com for further information.
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With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? One of the companies on VMblog's list these last few years has been Vembu Technologies. For some time now, I've had the pleasure of closely following and working with the team at Vembu Technologies as their product has grown and matured. And next month, I look forward to meeting with them face-to-face once again at VMworld to find out what's new and see their backup, recovery, and replication solution up close and in action.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with Vembu to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2018 event.
With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? One of the companies on VMblog's list each year is Liquidware. I've been following them since the beginning, and I always leave impressed with the technologies they introduce in the EUC space. Always on the move, watch this recent video interview we did with Kevin Cooke on the update of Stratusphere UX and SpotCheck. At VMworld, you won't want to miss what they are doing with ProfileUnity and FlexApp, so make sure you visit their booth.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with Liquidware to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2018 event.
In only a few short weeks from now, 20k+ virtualization and cloud users will embark on their annual pilgrimage to what has become known as a reunion of friends and fellow virtualization geeks, an event also called VMworld.
VMworld US 2018 begins on Aug. 26th, 2018 and continues through August 30th. The event will feature hundreds of unique breakout sessions from VMware and its community of partners, customers and industry experts; and the expo hall will be packed by more than 150 vendor sponsors and exhibitors.
As the show is nearly upon us, VMblog would like to send out its "survival guide" for those first time attendees or those individuals who might just want a refresher on some of what's to come. Here are a few tips and tricks to help make your VMworld 2018 event a little bit more successful or enjoyable.
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With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? One of the companies on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year is a new comer to the show, a company called NanoVMs. They have something extremely interesting and worthwhile to check out, a type of container called unikernels. This is a specialized, very lightweight form of virtualization with some key benefits and features that you are going to want to learn more about... trust me!
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with NanoVMs to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2018 event.
VMworld 2018 is a few weeks away, taking place August 26th-30th, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV at the Mandalay Bay. And once again, VMware and the show sponsors are really bringing the party to VMworld.
VMworld is more than just breakout sessions and keynotes. The social and networking side of the event is just as huge! And when in Las Vegas, the party scene associated with VMworld takes a back seat to nobody. VMworldattendees have become accustomed to having a good time after the sessions have ended. And so far, things are starting to take shape on the front, as the opportunities from various vendors are making their way to reality.
NOTE: Most events will require you to take some type of signup action in order to attend. Yes, even if the event is free. They need to do that in order to take a proper head count or know when to shut things down if the list grows too big. These things are generally first come, first served. So if you are interested, I suggest you sign up if you are available before it is too late.
** LAST UPDATED 07/03/2018 **